Donald Trump and Joe Biden go head to head for the first time as they kick start a series of televised debates ahead of the November 3 election.
The 90-minute meeting will take a different format to usual thanks to restrictions necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic. There will be no standard handshake between the two presidential candidates, and moderator Fox News star Chris Wallace will have a much smaller audience than usual to contend with.
With Mr Trump, 74, claiming Mr Biden, 77, “doesn’t even know he’s alive” and Mr Biden branding the president “a toxic presence”, the debate is expected to produce heated moments.
Behind in the polls, Mr Trump is in fighting mode, while Mr Biden will be hoping recent headlines play in his favour.
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